Fujitsu Siemens Li 2727 screen flickering?

Zte (three) / Zte mf627
October 27, 2009 at 05:58:47
Specs: Windows Vista
Hi,

The screen on my Laptop Fujitsu Siemens Li 2727 intermittently flickers. When I move the screen back and forward to a specific position it stops.

It looks like the screen cable may be loose. Is it possible to fix this myself? any disassembly instructions or other solutions please?

Thank You in advance


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#1
October 27, 2009 at 08:19:39
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#2
October 28, 2009 at 10:00:54
Thank You for taking the time to post, but Im afraid I still have the same problem.

Any other solutions please? a manual to disassemble would be great. I'v tried to search on net but cannot find one. Any help would be appreciated.


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#3
October 29, 2009 at 05:48:17
... EasyGuide AMILO Li 2727

"...disassembly documents are available only for certified servicepartner..."


... you could try link in "Response Number 1" scroll to bottom of page then click "Go" @ bottom right!

http://support.ts.fujitsu.com/com/s...
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(1)... Click on the Start button (orb).

(2)... Type "Task Scheduler" [press ENTER].

(3)... On the left-hand side, click "Task Scheduler Local"
(expand "Task Scheduler Library," then "Microsoft," then "Windows," then click "MobilePC.")

(4)... Up top, you'll see a task called "TMM." Click it, and on the right-hand side, click "Disable."
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#4
November 14, 2009 at 05:42:02
Hi there,
I have exactly the same laptop as you, and the same problem,
mine started a few months ago and got worse, and would flicker
without me even touching it, luckily i had to years insurance on
it, took it back to comet and they fixed it supposedly and has
been in 3 times for repair and still nothing done to it. have you
managed to fix yours yet?

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#5
November 14, 2009 at 07:05:10
Hi, I didn't find any useful disassembly instructions so I tried to do it myself (not recommended).

I was hoping that maybe the screen cable was a little loose and all that it needed was to tighten it. So I disassembled it slowly and managed to get to the cable connection, which seemed fine, not loose or anything.

Connected the battery to see if anything had changed but it was still the same as before.

I didn't do anything else whatsoever, tried to switch on a second time to check again, but it did nothing, didn't even switch on. I have no idea what is wrong with it but it is not even turning on.

Checked all cables, their fine. Tried a different memory, hard drive, power supply, cmos battery etc, but Nothing. I suspect it maybe the motherboard which has gone awol, but not sure.

No idea whats wrong with it and absolutely fed up with it now. Will have to sell it as spares and/or repairs as I havent the time or the patience to fiddle about with it any more.

Sorry I wasn't of any help


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#6
November 14, 2009 at 07:38:01
if your laptop is under warranty and u are having the same problem WHY did u take it apart THIS WILL VOID THE WARRANTY????? simply contact them or suffer more

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#7
November 14, 2009 at 12:02:44
Hi, I dont think it had any warranty, not that i am aware of anyway. I purchased it from ebay. The seller also purchased it from another seller (he told me that). Looks like it changed hands a few times, possibly because of the screen fault.

If I spend some more time, I may find why it is not switching on anymore, but as I said before I havent the time or the patience to do it.


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#8
December 14, 2009 at 05:42:06
Hi T3MUR,
I have had the same problem with my laptop, just out of
warranty period by a week. However it is possible to fix it
yourself if you are confident with soldering and heatshrinking. I
have just done mine this morning. What the problem is the
wiring loom to the screen from the main part of the computer
goes through the left hand hinge inside a browny grey cable
covering. You have to very carefully peel the outer covering
back to expose the inner run of about eight cables and you
will probably find one or two that are nearly broken. They
make contact in one position of the screen but break contact
as the screen moves back. In my case I had two which I had
to cut and resolder and then insulate either with heatshrink or
you could use black electricians tape and very carefully
reassembly the front. If yours has gone completely black after
your previous investigation I would suspect that one or more of
the wires had broken completely. Hope this helps you.

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